§ Mr. McNamara
To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if she will(a) list designated police stations and their approximate location, (b) indicate the number of interview rooms currently available in each and (c) estimate and break down the cost of fitting one room in each station with video recording equipment, indicating capital costs for equipment, building works (alterations), installation and running costs for the first year and subsequent years. 
§ Mr. Ingram
Designated police stations and the number of interview rooms available in each are shown.
Division Station Numbre Interview Rooms A Musgrave Street, Belfast 2 B Grosvenor Road, Belfast 3 Lisburn, Co. Antrim 2 D Antrim Road, Belfast 2 Antrim 2 E Strandtown, Belfast 2 G Newtownards, Co. Down 2 Downpatrick Co. Down 2 H Armagh 1 J Lurgan, Co. Armagh 2 Banbridge, Co. Down 2 K Cookstown, Co. Tyrone 2 Dungannon, Co. Tyrone 2 L Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh 2 Omagh, Co. Tyrone 3 N Strand Road, Londonderry 5 Waterside, Londonderry 2 Strabane, Co. Tyrone 2
Division Station Numbre Interview Rooms O Coleraine, Co. Londonderry 2 Limavady, Co. Londonderry 2 P Ballymena, Co. Antrim 2 Larne, Co. Antrim 2 Total 48
The cost of fitting out one room is broken down as follows:
£ Capital costs for equipment: 1 x video interview recording system 4,400 2 x fixed colour cameras 700 Building works (alterations): Electrical work 3,000 Building work 1,550 Contingencies @ 10 per cent. 450 Installation: 16 hours labour @ £24.30 per hour 389 Cabling, brackets, domes 300 Estimated total: 10,789
Maintenance is estimated at £400 per annum together with the cost of video tapes at £6.00 each.